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Places to Visit, Things to Do and Days Out in or near Kelso

The attractive market town of Kelso lies on a bend in the River Tweed. The large cobbled Market Square has a distinctly continental feel. Overlooking the Square is the imposing Town House built in 1816, today housing the Tourist Information Centre. Other notable historic buildings and sites include Kelso Abbey and Roxburgh Castle. Places to Visit in or near Kelso Riverside Restaurant and Floors Castle & Gardens are listed below.
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0.2 miles from the centre of Kelso
A highly coveted AA rosette for culinary excellence, there are few better places to savour the best produce from the fields, rivers and shores of the Scottish Borders than in the Riverside Restaurant. It's a place to enjoy award-winning gastronomy, and an enviable list of fine wines while drinking in the beautiful, panoramic views of the Tweed.
1.1 miles from the centre of Kelso
The ancestral and current home of the Duke of Roxburghe, Floors castle was built between 1721 and 1726 by Scottish architect William Adam. Open to the public for over 40 years, the stories of ten generations of the Roxburghe family are embellished by a treasure trove of furniture, tapestries, carpets and artwork.
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1.1 miles from the centre of Kelso
The ancestral and current home of the Duke of Roxburghe, Floors castle was built between 1721 and 1726 by Scottish architect William Adam. Open to the public for over 40 years, the stories of ten generations of the Roxburghe family are embellished by a treasure trove of furniture, tapestries, carpets and artwork.
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14.1 miles from the centre of Kelso
Manderston is the supreme country house of Edwardian Scotland; the swansong of its era. Manderston, as it is today, is a product of the best craftsmanship and highest domestic sophistication the Edwardian era had to offer.
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